Moving in the 21st century: road transport, mobility and trade
With globalisation, new trade hubs are emerging and reshaping global trade routes. This puts new pressure on regulatory convergence across the world. At the same time, worldwide transport infrastructure investment is projected to increase at an average annual rate of about 5%.
What does the constantly evolving “new world” order mean for road transport – and what does mobility mean for the new world order? How should regulators adapt to growing trade and boost efficiency? How do we enhance regional cooperation? How is vehicle technology evolving to help improve trade?